Having this little bit of knowledge gives me big opinions. So when Saugatuck
a report claiming that Citrix, VMware and Cisco are the three most powerful
forces in virtualization, I almost choked on my Cheerios.
Actually, I only disagree 66.6 percent. Citrix, maybe. It has Xen and the best
lineup of desktop virt tools. And VMware, absolutely. But Cisco? Not this year,
and not next. Cisco has a tool called VFrame that helps virtualize networks
and I/O, but when I asked IBM's virtualization guru about it, she had never
heard of it. And IBM resells VFrame!
Am I writing too much or too little about virtualization? Compliments and complaints
welcome at [email protected].
Posted by Doug Barney on July 30, 2008 at 11:52 AM
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